The hallmark of any successful brand is the ability to understand customer needs and develop compelling communication which demonstrates that firstly you understand these needs, and secondly that the customer can have them fulfilled by your company.
The importance of franchisee morale cannot be understated. And it is the responsibility of the franchisor to keep his or her business partner’s motivation levels high at all times.
During a time for resolutions, reconsidering your work life may leave you pondering about what more you can do for yourself in order to achieve your goals.
A look through the online news archives suggests that the UK Government publishes a ‘name and shame’ list of employers not paying staff the minimum wage, about once every six months.
Setting up any business can be tricky, let alone one with your partner. As you can imagine, making the commitment to work together, as well as spend your time together outside of work, can be challenging.
Whether it has been voluntary or involuntary redundancy, the pandemic or other difficult circumstances over the past 18 months, the UK is now seeing the largest ever proportion of people displaced in the employment sector.
Franchise recruitment has changed over the years with franchisors now having to meet the challenges of a developing market.
The fast-casual boom in the UK’s restaurant industry is becoming increasingly hard to ignore.
As an established franchise offering a developing support package to assist your franchisees is a large part of maintaining your business excellence.
To be prepared is always preferable over winging it and taking possibly catastrophic risks. Although appreciating preparation and planning to be beneficial, knowing how to be prepared can be difficult.